Working at Rabin Martin



Rabin Martin is a global health strategy firm with a growing portfolio of projects in the U.S. and around the world. We work at the leading edge of emerging issues, bringing fresh thinking to today’s greatest health challenges. Our creative and intellectually curious team is drawn from a wide range of business, public health, policy, advocacy and communications backgrounds, and is focused on transforming client priorities into market-leading success stories.

At Rabin Martin, productivity and initiative are recognized and rewarded. There are exceptional opportunities for advancement and we are committed to helping the ideal candidate develop and enhance her/his abilities.

We welcome new team members who have a passion for improving health.

Current job openings

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Corporate Communications Intern New York, New York Full Time Intern

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Job Description:

Rabin Martin is searching for an energetic individual to join our Corporate Communications team supporting firm communications and business development efforts in our global health strategic consulting practice.

 

The intern will work with the Marketing Director and be responsible for content creation and event support that helps drive brand awareness among clients and prospects and creates excitement to do business with Rabin Martin. The intern may also have an opportunity to work on client projects, as the opportunity arises.

 

Candidate must be an excellent writer, with the ability to translate technical knowledge for lay audiences. Candidate must also demonstrate an interest in global public health, international development and/or public-private partnerships in health. Candidates with a background in communications, PR, journalism, public policy, international development, or public health will be preferred.

 

 

Main responsibilities/tasks

  • Monitor global health and international development trends via social listening, media monitoring, and secondary research and develop ideas for content
  • Develop blog posts, articles, opinion pieces, and client memos
  • Contribute to firm marketing collateral, including one sheets, case studies and slide decks
  • Translate content for Rabin Martin’s website and social media channels
  • Monitor engagement across owned channels, including the website, email and social media
  • Maintain editorial calendar and curate monthly newsletter
  • Develop ideas for speaking opportunities and draft conference abstracts
  • Provide thought leadership support to Executive team, including talking points, slide decks, memos, etc.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Excellent written communication skills with the ability to produce grammatically correct, typo-free copy
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple projects and deadlines
  • Current enrollment or degree from a related field, including communications, PR, public policy, journalism, business, or foreign affairs.
  • Experience in agency, corporate, foundation, NGO or public sector in communications, public affairs, media relations, public policy or advocacy preferred but not required.

 

 

Hours/Requirements: Office hours are 9-5:30 pm M-F; Intern schedule flexible, 30-40 hours per week, with a minimum of 30 hours. This position is based in the New York office.

 

Submit a cover letter and resume by for this position to: hr@rabinmartin.com.

 

Please enter “Corporate Communications Intern” in the subject line.

 

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Junior Associate, London Based London Based Full Time

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Job Description:

Rabin Martin is in search of an energetic individual to join our growing firm as a Junior Associate. Candidate should have experience in global health and a Masters in a related discipline. Strong writing, communication, research, and organizational skills are necessary for this position.

 

The ideal candidate will be able to start immediately and provide support wherever needed.

 

This is an entry-level position.

Main responsibilities/tasks

  • Conduct desk research on client business and public sector policy status and trends in high, medium and low income countries
  • Collate and analyse primary data on global health burden of disease, prevention and treatment activities, program results, and trends
  • Draft, edit and prepare reports, issue briefs, and other client materials and presentations; analyse and synthesize information and craft clear recommendations based on the data
  • Prepare briefing materials and support logistics for senior executives for meetings, events, and field visits (domestic and international)
  • Help support efficient functioning of a multi-disciplinary team and with clients (general account management, including tracking program progress, arranging meetings, drafting agendas, etc.)

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Creative, organized, flexible; ability to work independently and in a fast-paced team setting to respond effectively to client needs
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Openness to feedback and desire for professional growth
  • Exceptional English spoken, writing, and research skills, including ability to understand technical literature, interpret data, and present information in a clear and compelling manner
  • Strong analytical (qualitative and quantitative) skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (required)
  • Masters in global health, global policy, governance, development or related discipline (required)
  • Working understanding of global health stakeholders At least 1+ years of relevant work experience in global health programming (required)
  • Experience working in a consulting environment or with the business sector (preferred)
  • Experience analysing qualitative data or knowledge of program monitoring and evaluation (preferred)
  • Work experience in low or middle income countries (preferred)
  • Strong working knowledge or French and/or another European language (preferred)

 

 

Please submit a cover letter and resume for this position to: hr@rabinmartin.com.  Please enter the word “Junior Associate – London Office” in the subject line.

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Consultant New York, New York Consulting

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Job Description:

Rabin Martin, a New York-based global health strategy consulting firm, is looking for consultants! Rooted in its mission to reach new populations and to create initiatives to improve the lives of people around the world, the firm provides strategic consulting services to clients that lay the groundwork for multi-year reputation and market development programs to achieve long-term success. For more than 14 years, Rabin Martin has established a reputation as respected thought leader for creating partnerships and designing best-in-class approaches for addressing pressing issues across the areas of infectious disease, women’s health, neglected diseases, and chronic illness. Through these varied efforts, the firm has played a significant part in advancing the role of the private sector in global public health.

 

 

Main responsibilities/tasks

We are currently looking for consultants to support several exciting and expanding projects in the field of public health and business development.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

Please submit application materials to: hr@rabinmartin.com

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